Dog Friendly AirBnB’s in North Pembrokeshire

I will receive a percentage of the AirBnB Service Fee when you make a booking via any of the following links.

If you click on the map on my Home Page showing AirBnB’s in the area surrounding our farm, there is a lot of choice. I am showcasing a few of the properties, which all welcome dogs and one can also provide holiday livery for your equine friends. They vary in size, location and style.

It makes me so proud to be a resident of this beautiful county when I see the wonderful range of holiday accommodation – in truly stunning locations and such fabulous quality.

I have worked in managing and cleaning holiday properties in the past, and it makes me happy to see people providing top level customer service for their guests.


Glenside cottage with hot tub, solva

The first property is only a few miles from our farm (I drive past it whenever I am on my way to Solva). Glenside Cottage is a one bedroom cottage, with views over the fields and its own private hot tub (fantastic after walking the coast path, going out cycling, horse riding or even just a day of sightseeing). Holiday livery for your horse(s) is available, so load up the horsebox and enjoy a holiday with your equine friends.


Cosy sea view apartment near porthgain

Another one bed property – this time a ground floor apartment with fantastic sea views, close to one of my favourite Pembrokeshire villages, Porthgain (with a pub serving food and a seafood bistro/takeaway).


ty llawen, berea (between croesgoch & st davids)

Now to a fantastic property for large groups. Ty Llawen (Welsh for Joyful House) is a 5 bed property, which sleeps 9. Perfect for a group of cyclists or triathletes looking for a comfortable base for training, or several generations of family needing space to spread out. Close to the coast and St Davids. Abereiddy (and the Blue Lagoon) is just down the road. The lanes around this area are one of my favourite places to cycle (get in touch if you would like recommendations for routes – suitable for all).

There are a few nights available in October and dates in November. I would recommend booking well ahead if you want a specific week in 2021.


the watch cottage, porthgain

The Watch Cottage is a truly unique property. Over 300 years old, Grade 2 Listed, loved by artists and photographers. Tiny – one bedroom, perfect for one or two adults (with well behaved dog – please say if you want to bring more than one). Close to Porthgain, down a secret narrow lane, and with 180 degree sea views. No central heating (2 woodburners and storage heaters), no tv. Get away from the stress of modern life, walk on the coast path, shop in St Davids and try out the many pubs/restaurants/cafes in the area.


About Ali

Hi, my name is Ali Wade. I am 49 at the time of typing, and live in rural Pembrokeshire with my semi-retired/dairy farmer/cycling addict hubby! I have been blogging since 2012 over on Blogger, and in 2019 I transferred over to WordPress (which is definitely a steep learning curve!).

What started as a simple blog, mainly about crafting, is now progressing into a website that will showcase my sources of passive income. I have Fibromyalgia, Hyper Mobility Syndrome and Psoriasis, and have not been able to work outside the home for many years. We are planning to move away from our dairy farm business – both in terms of the actual physical running of it (we have a contractor providing the labour and machinery now) and also spending more of the year in Spain. Therefore, we are looking at other ways of providing income for our later years (we are far too young to retire!).

I am an affiliate – for several companies that I have been learning/shopping with for years – with others coming soon.

I am concentrating mainly on developing Passive Income, as that fits best with my chronic health conditions.

As Lockdown has been lifted in Wales, there has been a huge increase in the number of people wanting to visit Pembrokeshire (obviously – it is beautiful!) and I am starting to develop a Holiday Accommodation page (which may well become several pages). I am featuring individual properties/businesses, as well as larger companies for which I am an affiliate (such as the YHA).

As of August 2020 my health has been worsening and I have been struggling to keep up with blogging. This will be put to one side for now, but I am still posting occasionally in social media and on Pinterest. I will be publishing a weekly blog post over at my blog for Multi-Crafters – click HERE to take a look.

My Etsy shop is still open (with a range of printables that any pet owner needs), so please click HERE to check that out.

My health has to come first, so I am simplifying my life and reducing commitments. Since the horrible shock of losing Buzz the Jack Russell Terrier (read my blog post about this), I am taking the time to be creative and record memories (getting some digital scrapbooking projects started/completed). I am also learning more about using Procreate and Affinity Designer to produce my own designs for Print On Demand Stationery.

25th September 2020